|Building for the Future: Global strategies for sustainable success
In May 2014, senior executives from the Americas, Europe and China came together in a roundtable to discuss the priorities facing the world’s forest, paper and packaging sectors.
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Insights and commentary from Bob McCutcheon and other Industrial Products sector leaders. Join the conversation.
|Global Forest and Paper Industry: Net Earnings Summary — Three months ended March 31, 2014
Canadian based forest products companies reported mixed earnings for the first quarter of 2014, with integrated companies and those producing building products reporting the strongest results.
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US-based industrial manufacturing executives are surveyed about the state of the economy and their expectations for business growth over the next 12 months. Find their outlooks for growth, margins, M&A, international sales and their workforces in the full report.
|Sustainable packaging: Myth or reality
This report revisiting the debate on whether sustainable packaging is a valid term for the packaging industry, consumer goods manufacturers, retailers and consumers.
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|Exploring new values and new directions in the forest, paper, and packaging industry
Technology, competition for fibre, and evolving value chains are redefining the possibilities for FPP companies which will need to both draw upon old strengths and improve capabilities to benefit from these developments.
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|Change brings opportunities: Turn sustainability into your competitive advantage
Organizations that incorporate sustainable business practices into their processes, systems and supply chains will be ahead of the curve in the twenty-first century. Social and environmental impacts are being quantified and managed like any other business risk, with the same strategic insight, commercial logic, technical and professional expertise.
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